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is as good as it will get between those two points and no major problems when you get to the toll plaza. when you drive from the area to the san francisco sides of the -- side of the bridge, again that is a nice start for the tuesday morning commute. no meaning problems as you drive through. work in the east bay, and this is keen of the north bay, fairfield and vallejo, if you are driving on how way 4 -- highway 4, walnut creek still looks good and they are doing well so far driving west of the pass. it is 5:00, let's go back to the desk. police are warning people to be on the lookout for people exposing himself in public and it may be happening around schools. it happened after one class has ended with a discretion of the
suspect and how he operates. >> reporter: this school for girls grades 6 through 12, this is located east of sanford campus. police are going around school routes to make sure students say. -- stay safe. a girl walking called 911 said a man was following her slowly and watching her walk. the vehicle pulled up next to her and opened his pants and was touching himself. she turned away and he drove off. he is a man in his mid-30s, he was wearing aviator sunglasses with a full-sized pick up that looked new, police meeting with
suspects and they are until used by students and they are telling students to be aware of their surroundings and to report anything suspicious. janine de la vega ktvu channel 2 morning news. he was arrested friday in a high yacht hotel room along with 21-year-old britney hall. deputies describe the room as a dent of drug activity. >> we are talking about a small motel room and almost everywhere the officers looked, there was some evidence of either drugs or drug paraphernalia friend including methamphetamine, including prescription drugs. >> they were charged with several felonies including drugs and drugs for sale.
he has now stepped down from his position. police believe the body found is that of a missing man in belmont. the search expanded to shaster county after severalp reports much seatings. on saturday a body was found and the coroner will investigate. they are supposed to make it safer to use a cell phone behind the wheel. two studies suggest that is not the case. here are more on the eye opening findings. >> reporter: the voice activated smart phones may be doing more harm than good.
call desk. of course we use them a lot and it could be more dangerous and simply picking up the phone and making that phone call. that is according to the aaa foundation and researchers have analyzed those built in info entertainment systems, they allow drivers to send a text or change the radio while they keep their eyes on the road but many systems are so complex they need more concentration and when it comes to voice activated, they are error prone creating jar belled text and dealing the wrong number and of course that takes the drivers' focus off the road. researchers tracked brain active and a eye movement and
finding voice commands was one of the most voice distracting things you can do as a way to safely stay connected, alex savage ktvu channel 2 morning news. well the teamsters are taking it to and from the park. they are hearing from angry facebook bus drivers who say they are unpaid for their long hours on the job. this push to unionize could affect the bus drivers for google and other silicone valleys. happening today, the giants will try once again to finish off the washington nationals and the national league series. the two nationals on madison
they will start post it on warnings signs that don't meet earthquakep prevention. many will have to be reinforced. building owners have until last month -- had until last month to file paperwork with the city. about 500 owners still have not complied which means their buildings will be slapped with a warning sign. today we will get a look at starting repairs on 11 improvements. and it happened in napa. a woman violently attacked and blind sighted. >> it wasup provoked and she did not see it coming.
>> what investigators now know about that attacker. and up next, pictures of a bold thief in action stealing right from a victim's doorstep, the precaution you can make to make sure your things don't disappear. and there is a lot more fog than we had yesterday. it will be a much different forecast than tonight's game and we'll see if that cooler air makes it inland. g help with math. going to prom. i want to learn to swim. it's hard to feel normal, when you can't do the normal things. to help, sleep train is collecting donations for the extra activities that, for most kids, are a normal part of growing up. not everyone can be a foster parent... but anyone can help a foster child.
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. welcome back, it is ten minutes after 5:00 a.m., they caught her stealing from this neighborhood. investigators say she took a package at 3:00 friday afternoon. another surveillance camera shows her stealing a second package from a nearby home. she was in a white car which may be a 2000 model dodge stratus. >> i am from new york originally and i was much more suspicious but coming here i let my guard down and coming here you can't really do that. >> they should require a signature for delivery or have
the package sent to work. and they have many workers and shoppers worried theville land had just closed -- village had just closed when she was robbed and she ran back to the mall for help and it turns out they were already on her way because she reported the suspect's car as being connected and we also have people who reside in this county who commit crimes as well. >> officers looked for the suspects but they got away. the surveillance video shows them driving away in an older model white toyota with two doors and sun roof. they are planning on keeping a more visible presence in the parking lot. they will be in the spotlight at the state utility
commission in san francisco. if that judge will consider possible sanctions against pg&e for inappropriate communications communications. yesterday they released a second batch of internal e- mails for this discussion. >> there was a discussion about pain page getting $39 million for energy incentives, then pg&e would donate to and an executive resigned because of april appropriate e-mails. it showed a cozy relationship between pg&e and state regulators. vice-president joseph biden began his trip out west and he attended an event on racing the
minimum wage then he travels before heading to a private home at 7:00. 513 testimony temperature well people in seattle almost not officially celebrate, instead they will a they will a applaud it and had columbus day celebrates at rival of christopher columbus. it falls on the second monday in october. seattle is not the first one to change the focus of the holiday. they are changing it to indigenous people day and a handful of people do not recognize the holiday. it is 5:14 here is a look
at traffic so far. and this accident is blocking almost all of the lanes and they say this crash is early enough but what you can do is you can use san leandro street and get passed the accident and get back on the freeway or use 508 instead. it looks like the injuries are minor to moderate and a fire department is on the scene as well. let's take a look at 880 and you can see it passed the coliseum. it looks good and it is just a touch easier and it looks leak it is anel men drove to part
and san francisco. let's go to sal. a cool down slowly arrives. it didn't arrive inland arizona. think morning fog, not as warm but warmer. still warm air aloft. it is weakening and we had it trying to come up a little bit. high clouds in southern california and i will show you that in just a second. the fog is there and it is just held in check. the system is fitting some weight, novato 48, napa is in
there, 50s for some, 60s for others, 47 calistoga, 60s -- hillsboro and others are on the mild side. any breeze, it is coming down and trying to generate that delta breeze and it is just not happening in the east unlessnal 50 and 60s and the rest of the country has a series which has been the pattern for the long its team and just a few high clouds once those then out and they will by the morning and some of them will by the coast.
it will not be as hot and still it is a boy average and we willed fromly -- gradually warmup by the weekend. more deaths with the ignition switches. he has certified 24 claims as eligible for settlements and that is up one from last week and the number continues to grow. ken findberg is still interviewingable leg occasions. he was not the only papering am and we have 'undisclose closed
number and the other systems don't believe they were approached. they have from 08 millionel that'll still hall alleged victims -- allows drivers to park for free. they will start on north concord on november 12th. the dates have not been set for the hayward coliseum and free parking will soon be over at those two stations as well. a professional try athlete is at the hospital after a bizarre change reaction spot
the interest truck had the her than teacher never stopped. she said it is tough knowing is the freak incident could jeopardize everything she worked so hard for. >> i love my sport so much and to have it take an way is -- its -- it's terrible. >> she trained 20 hours a week for months and and he dad flew in from wisconsin to help take carry of her. if we are starting the run it is in one bay area community. ñsxóxgñ
. a deadly lightning strike in northern columbia kills an indigenous tribe, it is happened during a religious ceremony when it lightning hit setting the hut on fire. 13 others were lifted to nearby hospitals for treatment. they are starting to run dry because of california's drought. she lives on a 4-acre farm and
for the past few months, she relies on well water and her pump is at its lowest level ever. >> everybody wants to conserve but when you are living in a situation where you have a find night amount of water and you have to figure out how you can use it, it is really a change. >> the well can be replenished and nobody can say when that will happen again. from the patel will finally come. they have agreed to stop serving oysters. the battle started in 2012 when the government refused to renew drakes bay's lease. they planned to open a new restaurant at the resort.
well olympic gold medalist michael phelps is on a six month suspension after his recent drunk driving arrest. that means michael phelps will not be eligible for next year's world championships. and u.s. swim leg not pay him his monthly same time pen. -- monthly same time pen. he would -- his monthly payments. this is his second dui arrest in 10 years. a new twist in the john mcdonald case. police are asking for your help identifying a woman who attacked '85-year-old, i will show you the shocking surveillance footage. we are showing the
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brutally attacked by a stranger, no warning. katie did out there and she showed a surveillance video which they hoped would lead to an arrest. october 7th, i am dave clark. >> thank you for joining us, it is about 5:30 steve said it is a little bit cooler today. it can't get hotter, can it? >> it has been hot for about five days 90 or higher inland areas and it is starting to cool off, they continued it on monday and some areas are back, it has been dropping and will continue, a few high clouds, very cool for some, mild for others, you are seeing a good one on some of the lows, 14- degree spread, 60s, brentwood pittsburgh, that is one observation and alamo 52.
they are right next door to each other. it is now moving in southern california and they are flirting in sap diego -- san diego, we have a few high clouds and overall there is a big fog bank which has parked itself on top testify. still above average, 60s and 70s and 80s by the water, here is sal. we are still following that crash northbound near 98th, the crash is blocking lanes although they are letting more traffic through, and the best is to avoid 880 getting into oakland out of san leandro and get up to the oakland area past 98th and then you can get on the freeway after that. when you go to the bay bridge toll plaza, we are seeing some of the traffic in the outside
cash lines and it is taking less than ten minutes to get across. it is 5:30 let's go back to the desk. topping our news, berkeley police are asking for your help to find the person who randomly assaulted an 85-year-old woman. katie joins us with a description of the tacker, katie? >> reporter: the woman apparently never saw it coming. the surveillance cameras that captured the whole thing are right behind me on the walgreens nearby. let me show you that shocking video of the woman being randomly attacked. it is on the way and it captured the violent attack where two women were walking towards the camera, and they are the victims. they passed the woman from the shopping cart and turns and had
to be hospitalized for their injuries, this footage? there should be away. she is described as an african- american in her 50s, 5-foot 6 with a medium build, wearing a long gray coat with dark green baggy pants. assault happened two weeks ago but they released the video last night hoping they can identify the attacker. again the 85-year-old woman had to be hospitalized for serious injuries. katie hugh ktvu channel 2 morning news. and he was shot during an attempted robbery. it happened on ventura avenue
on friday. the teen shot the boy once in the arm, the boy ran away but the teen chased him down and demanded money but the boy did not have any. the 14-year-old was arrested on suspicion of robbery and the two boys know each other. and adult stranger and young girl, that man is exposing himself near schools. janine de la vega has more with a description of the suspect and details on what happened to that teenager. >> police are stepping up patrols just east of the campus. it is unclear but she was approached in this neighborhood
a14-year-old girl walking near churchill called 911 to report a man following her slowly and the vehicle pulled up next to her and she saw the man with his pants open touching himself and the girl turned away and he drove southbound. the suspect is described as a wheat man in his mid-30s short brown hair medium build, he was driving a navy blue full-sized pickup truck. there is a possibility they will meet with police again. here is a map of that neighborhood showing where the incident happened and officers will be driving around here in unmarked patrol cars around routes frequently use by students advising parents to make sure you talk to your children it, let them know to be aware of they are surroundings and to report any suspicious activity. reporting live, ktvu channel 2 morning news ktvu channel 2
morning news. the allegations against ray mcdonald may lead to changes for officers working off-duty. ray mcdonald was arrested on domestic violence charges over the weekend. a police sergeant was flared mcdonald's home when another one responded to that call. in addition, he worked as part of the 49ers's security detail. he reportedly complicated the details and that's one of the reasons it took a month to go to the district attorney's investigation and an internal investigation is now underway. a fight took place at the stadium. two brothers were arrested in connection with that attack. 34-year-old brother and 27-year- old other brother are facing
felony assault charges. they were the ones who began punching two others at the kansas city chiefs. we first showed you this video of the feet yesterday morning. you can see the man in one jersey hit another man in the collin kaepernick jersey, he said he was first in line as belligerent with glazed eyes and slurred speech. >> why did you start using profanity and the guy who got hit was really nice, he said listen i'm sorry i was just trying to tell you, there was an open stall. >> the brothers ran but were quickly arrested. one of the brothers was treated and released darks one of the victims was treated and released and the other remains in serious condition. the owner said quote we
would like to send the deepest well westerners and we were appalled to see they are -- we were a palled to see what happened and we are happy to see the police quickly responded to the situation. 49ers and valley transportation authority, that meeting is on lick boulevard and santa clara and scheduled from 7 7 to 8:30. >> they may throw a financial lifeline in san pablo. they will delay the giving money to a struggling package and some say they hope it is
'est to spoon speed up ambulance service within ten minutes of a 911 call. the san francisco chronicle reports, changes include 8 additional ambulances on call every day as well as new policies making it easier to hire ambulance personnel. also a city from paid nurse and that makes nine wupl calls in the city. and there is fighting going on between testimony isisful fighters and that is something that has angered some curtish
refugees and they are urging turkish government to take action. they are fighting isis in iraq and syria since mid-june. now the report also says, u.s. war planes have carried out u.s. area plans will grow overtime. am val. coming up what police are saying about the investigation and how family members friends are remembering this popular young football player. he gave his life to save somebody else's, the touching tribute to a man who saved a stranger from a speeding train. westbound 4 looks like it
the intersection but crossed against the light and is he expected to survive. visitors to the regional park in fremont will now see an emotional tribute for for a man who died trying to save a stranger. the pleasanton man was hit by a train at the santa clara station in january. schultz saw a man on the tracks, an express train was approaching and he tried to pull that man to safety. both men were hit but the other man survived. schultz did not. schultz's widow said she hopes visitors will pass by this bench and remember her husband's heroic actions. >> i want them to remember phil was here and i hope they will remember his name and i hope they will think about other
people they have lost too soon. >> they are working with regional parks to help fund and his widow is looking forward to a hike on the schultz trail. president barack obama is looking into more careful screaming from ebola virus infected countries. they have not outlinep but u.s. is working on additional screenings for a month who traveled to until liberia and arrived in dallas texas. there are new concerns and now a nurse in spain is known to have contracted the virus outside of west africa. she was part of a team flown home to spain after becoming infected in liberia.
they are waiting also to find out if they have contracted the virus. a drugmakers providing an antiviral drug to the man in texas. thomas do you can't is being treated with the oral medication. another medication z-max is being treated but they say it ran out and a third drug is said to be in limited supply. it is ready to happen the ebola virus cases. almost 80% of nurses across the country said nurses have not informed them to deal with possible ebola virus patients. kaiser does have a plan in place and they will have a package available to staff later this week. how much like the one in texas still has many bay area nurses
worried. >> we are worried, that communication is crucial. >> we have to constantly reevaluate and rechange or execute on new plans as they need to be made. >> now keizer plans to hole drills with in the next four weeks ely waller went to bed and did not wake up. test results confirm he died from the virus. his parents say he never had any symptoms and they have no idea how he contracted the virus. >> it is hard to believe but it is the nature of that virus. >> of the nearly 600 confirmed cases in 400 states, ely's death is one that is blamed
entirely on the end row shall enter row virus. putting the crew into a deep sleep would reduce the astronauts' met poll leg functions, according to them they are using it to keep patient's a leave so far that stays has been a trip to marsh 108 days. >> -- 180 days. >> i still catch believe we are talking about a trip to marsh.
sal, what do you have? we have metering lights which have gone on and it is taking 15 to 20 minutes to drive from oakland to san francisco and we have no problems reported on the brent and certainly -- bridge and certainly it is busier than the last time we saw it. traffic is moving a long well as you drive passed the coliseum and all lanes are open on 98th and that back up since it was such and early crash, once it cleared, the backup disappear and in livermore already some stop and go near for the first fire department is on the way. let's go to steve. a cool down slowly arrives, even for the back 40, i think today . finally make it, i mean it has been relentless heat for five days, 95 or higher.
thick morning fog, yesterday it was right here, today it is looking shall cooler, shawl who and some of that managinged to sneak in on the snow border, they are cruising no big deal but they saw some of those yesterday afternoon and there is a lot of tropical clouds from southern tall -- california and high pressure continues to weaken and yet the lows are continuing for some. 57 father field -- fairfield, any breeze in not really 57 loss altos, on the cool side,
you cannot get that west wind crank the up. and 37 and 48 minneapolis and 48 in bismarck, it is a teater to ther -- teether totter affect, omaha memphis, look at all of the rain and everybody, from the great lakes to the northeast, occasionally looking that the 310 to yuma. also las vegas palm springs, they had it into the fault. and it will be fog for some and the cooling each days making it
a little bit further but for some areas it is long overdue f 60s and 70s, am but the weather will be great and you will want to keep us posted with a quick warmup on the weekend. is he accused of leading a double life. the serious charges for the head of a marin private school he is facing this morning. >> he was thanking me for being there and saving his life. a rare attack by ants, how a stop change a tire ended up being am a life saving rescue,
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u.s. gas stations report, someplaces are lower than $3, the average price can jump if companies don't change. mini mouse, the french themed park is alwaysp wanting to turn a good visit and they are there from 1994 to 2004. the recall affect is the original beef and cheese and the paramount beef, they were made by galant food company between september 22nd and september 24th, they were shipped out to a bay area store in northern california. the meat filling was not cooked
and a map in southern california thanked a man for saving his life after he was swarmed by fire ants. officer daniel garza stopped to help deed doctor -- a woman change a flat tire. all of a sudden his legs were covered with ants. when he tried to brush them off, they started biting and that's when he noticed he was coming towards his patrol car gasping for air. >> i knew something was not right. the officer gave him that oxygen mask he keeps in his
car. couple of weeks later, he said thank you for saving my life. coming up, anel 5-year-old woman attacked in downtown berkeley, the video police wants everybody to see of that terrifying crime caught on camera. bus drivers pushing for a change, how that could affect some other silicone valleys. especially onto the drive and the east bay, we have a new problem popp up. we are tell you more about it. and there will be a lot more of a breeze for game 4.
teen died. not up to safety standards, the warning signs going up later today. another sellout crowd, decent have a chance to move on in the mae offs, and good morning, we are live in berkeley as police are asking for your help. just a terrifying crime, they are looking for another woman and an attack on an 85-year-old woman, thank you for joining us, i am pam cook. >> 36 to 48steve